Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Lacson’s Napoles list

MANILA, Philippines — The Napoles list that former Senator Panfilo Lacson was talking about and the one that the Tribune claimed was sanitized because in the list the name of Senate President Franklin Drilon no longer appear in the Lacson sanitized list.

Included in the Lacson’s list are 10 incumbent senators, two former senators, two Cabinet secretaries, and 66 congressmen. Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago is also not in the list. Lacson said in a televised interview said that Santiago was included in the list.

The list that was received by the Blue Ribbon Committee Tuesday are as follows:(Source Philippine Daily Inquirer)


Ramon Revilla Jr.
Jose “Jinggoy” Estrada
Juan Ponce Enrile
Vicente Sotto III
Loren Legarda
Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III
Alan Peter Cayetano
Gregorio “Gringo” Honasan II
Francis Escudero
Joseph Victor Ejercito

The former senators:

Robert Barbers
Manny Villar

Cabinet officials in the list are:

Department of Budget and Management Secretary Florencio Abad
Department of Agriculture (DA) Secretary Proceso Alcala
Ofelia Agawin of the DA
Allan Umali of the DA
Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Director General Joel Villanueva
Teresita Panlilio of the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR)
Narcisa Nieto of the DAR

The current and former congressmen in the list are:

Jesus Judin Romualdo
Banzai Nieva
Maite Defensor
Mikey Arroyo
Isidro Ungab
Reynaldo Umali
Salacnib Baterina
Conrad Estrella
Raymond Estrella
Victor Ortega
Neil Benedict Montejo
Arthur Pinggoy
Samuela Dangwa
Florencio Flores
Erwin Chiongbian
Erico Fabian
Florencio Miraflores
Napoleon Beration
Ricky Sandoval
Max Rodriguez
Rufus Rodriguez
Rizalina Seachon Lanete
Edgar Valdez
Scott Davies Lanete
Refael Nantes
Sunny Rose Madamba
Ruffy Biazon
Gerald Gullas
Carlos Padilla
Rodolfo Plaza
Arnulfo Fuentabella
Raul Del Mar
Rommel Amatong
Marc Douglas Cagas
Digaden Dilangalen
Iggy Arroyo
Rodolfo Valencia
Eduardo Zialcita
Nanette Costalo Daza
Constantino Jaraula
Clavel Martinez
Manuel Ortega
Peter Falcon
Isidro Real
Corazon Malanyaon
Narciso Monfort
Uliran Joaquin
Juaquin Chipeco
Abdullah Dimaporo
Ernesto Pablo
Marcelino Libanan
Rolex Suplico
Benasing Macambon Jr.
Jesnar Falcon
Nasser Pangandaman
Hussein Pangandaman
Boy Umali
Jesli Lapuz
Oca Rodriguez
Prospero Nograles

The list also included certain “agents” listed as follows:

Ruby Tuazon
Bryan Yamsuan
Jen Corpuz
Mat Ranillo
Pauline Labayan
Catherine Mae “Maya” Santos
Patricia Agana “Gay” Tan
Alen Ruste
Mon Arcenas

Senator Miriam Santiago on a TV interview criticized  former Senator Panfilo Lacson as she contradicted her involvement with accused pork scam mastermind Janet Lim Napoles.

Santiago repeated that she never allocated her pork barrel to NGOs associated with Napoles.

Santiago also insulted Lacson and refer to him as gay.

"Anyone can make lists. I was told that there is a list entitled ‘Closeted gays or bisexuals in public service.’ I was given names, and I was requested to say ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ on whether the person was truly in the list. When the name Pinky Lacson was called, I said ‘Yes,’" Santiago said.

"Anyway, there is an affidavit, although unsigned, circulating in Metro Manila that Pinky Lacson has asked for leave of absence from Malacañang. The highly confidential reason is that he is scheduled for a gender change operation in a remote clinic in the United States."

"For the record, I never had dealings with Napoles. The Napoles list, if unsigned, has no evidentiary value at all. I repeat, Lacson is an attack dog of Enrile. The Supreme Court has repeatedly ruled that to allege is not proof. Where is the evidence, as defined in the Rules of Court? I am pushing to get the list of Benhur Luy. I understand that the Luy list is substantiated by documents and details,” she said.

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